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Everyone in Pakistan pay taxes one way or another, but they do pay. They just don't know how to file a return. And I believe this is the job of state to educate them on how to file a return.


Yeh chorr k bacahy apnay rishtaydaaro ko subsidy dyty hain in the name of helping out farmers but still exploit the farmers anyways , Allah Swt ko floor of the house p gvaah bna k jhoot boltay hain k m kisi ko nahi spare kro ga , hai koi credibility?


corruption k naam p vote maangty hain phr unhi choro ko mulk sy fraar krvaty hain or pressure hm p aysay daalty hain jaysay chori in k chaachoo maamo nay nahi hm ny ki hai


Roti to pallay sy kha nae saktay yeh okaat hai in ki . Full fledged Langar ka bandobast kro in k ley nae to baaki ki b fasal ujaar dy gy.
 

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Yeh chorr k bacahy apnay rishtaydaaro ko subsidy dyty hain in the name of helping out farmers but still exploit the farmers anyways , Allah Swt ko floor of the house p gvaah bna k jhoot boltay hain k m kisi ko nahi spare kro ga , hai koi credibility?


corruption k naam p vote maangty hain phr unhi choro ko mulk sy fraar krvaty hain or pressure hm p aysay daalty hain jaysay chori in k chaachoo maamo nay nahi hm ny ki hai


Roti to pallay sy kha nae saktay yeh okaat hai in ki . Full fledged Langar ka bandobast kro in k ley nae to baaki ki b fasal ujaar dy gy.
Yaar bhai aaj ki date main mujhey in choron per nahi balkay apne buzurgon per hairat hoti hai, jinhoo ney apne ilakay ka kuta bhi goron ko deney say inkaar kiya tha... Kyun yaar? Inke liye?

Bhai Ali wala hoon, Iss tarah k bhaicharay KO teen baar talaaq deta hoon...
 

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The people out on the streets , prolly not even a single one of them own any sugar/wheat mill, ever imported any fancy stuff , have any say in policy matters etc other than regularly paying taxes for the economic screw ups of the elite from their hard earned joke of a daily wage .
This can be said about TTP as well. They had access to weapons so they did what they did, TLP also killed policemen on smaller level because they have no access to weapons for now.
 

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This can be said about TTP as well. They had access to weapons so they did what they did, TLP also killed policemen on smaller level because they have no access to weapons for now.
You think, Punjabis don't have access to weapons? Kis duniya main rehtey ho bhai?

@Mentee pata nahi yaaar atomein kahan say uth kar aa jaati hain with some good angrezi and they think they know everything... No offence to the atoms :D
 
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The majority of people fire and throw stones at cars and buses on the national highways has nothing to do with TLP march...they don't know how to do istatanja ... but ................ emtionally : busss ji asssi France nu chaddana nahi ....

Again who is the UK national who registered TLP in Pakistan on his NICOP .... anyone know????
 
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You think, Punjabis don't have access to weapons? Kis duniya main rehtey ho bhai?

@Mentee pata nahi yaaar atomein kahan say uth kar aa jaati hain with some good angrezi and they think they know everything... No offence to the atoms :D
You have comprehension problems or willingly obtuse to understand a simple point?

TLP is on a war path and so far they lack the access to weapons that TTP had. And i don't understand how Punjabis and TLP are linked.
The only difference is ethnicity
This ethnicity card doesn't work for state, this might be a propaganda point for ethano fascists but the fact is that state doesn't give relaxation to one ethnicity against another. State did not hesitate to use force against Punjabis in 1953 and it never gave relaxation to Punjabis in crackdown against protesters after ZAB was hanged. Do i need to remind you that the crackdown against SSP and LeJ was brutal as well?
 
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Why are you diverting?

TLP demands have nothing to do with economy or mafia. They are destroying and damaging property of other muslims in the name of Prophet PBUH - for this alone they should be condemned to Hell.
Give this man a medal!
TLP is also a 4th major political party by voters count in Punjab but unfortunately they r protesting against a govt which is scared of the voting power of TLP unlike PTI who was protesting against the govt who knew how to handle protesters.
Thankfully TLP goons and thugs will be banned from holding office and de-notified as a political party very soon, including the disqualification of any current legislators holding office (e.g. two MPAs in Sindh).
 

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After watching Engineer Ali Mirza's video on TLP, I think that the government has mishandled the situation. The devil is in the details. Watch his video to get a neutral view of the scenario.

 

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We don’t need Extermist\Terrorists party running in elections.
They claim to be Aashiq-e-Rasool but in actions are full of hatred for others. They have no respect for other Muslims, even Azan from non-Razakhani masjid is kuffar.
They think everyone else is Ghustaq
 

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TLP leader Saad Rizwi has been sidelined by 2nd tier leadership ... he is no longer in control of TLP.
We don’t need Extermist\Terrorists party running in elections.
They claim to be Aashiq-e-Rasool but in actions are full of hatred for others. They have no respect for other Muslims, even Azan from non-Razakhani masjid is kuffar.
They think everyone else is Ghustaq
Brelvi, Deobandi and Ahle-Hadith - they all call each other Kaffar! It's all in their main books. Brelvis are not an exception in this fatwa bazi.
 

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It's pretty simple....kick the french fry....or face protests. No one wants to nuke France. Only people with a illusioned reality of others say that stuff.

Do you know what the demands of TLP are? What they stand for?? Have you listened to the speeches of their heads instead of listening to opinions of others??

Have you done your actual research on the topic instead of putting forth your opinion formed from your biases? :enjoy:
yes, yes and yes. don't try to sell the tlp churan to me. it's a fitna party that sells the short cut to jannah idiology. first label someone as a "gustakh", kill em & walaa, you're a confirm jannati, no need to study Islam, no need to follow Sunnah, no need to embrace the seerah. gotten to the point that they now blackmail the state. not gonna fly. the party leaders are the type of jahil gavaar & manhoos people who will knock on your door and try to go inside your house and then your bedroom uninvited until your break their jaw.
 
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TLP is on a war path and so far they lack the access to weapons that TTP had. And i don't understand how Punjabis and TLP are linked.
Ohh yes, you're right, I apologize... I should've used the term TLP instead of Punjabis.
 

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PM Imran convenes NSC meeting as TLP continues march towards Islamabad
  • Security has been tightened, and additional law-enforcement personnel have been deployed along various routes in Punjab

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28 Oct 2021





As the situation related to the banned Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) protest continues to evolve, Prime Minister Imran Khan has convened a meeting of the National Security Committee (NSC) on Friday (tomorrow).

In a tweet, Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry said that in view of the situation arising out of "illegal activities of the banned outfit", the PM has called a meeting of the NSC.

He added that other issues related to national security will also be considered in this meeting.

After deadly clashes with law-enforcement agencies, workers of the banned TLP continued their march towards Gujranwala in a bid to press the government to accept their demands.

The TLP have been demanding the government to expel French ambassador and shut down the French embassy in Pakistan.

On Wednesday, activists of the proscribed organisation had set up camp on the Kamoke portion of GT Road and vowed to march towards Islamabad.

All business centres and educational institutions in areas near the GT Road are closed while the flow of traffic has been completely suspended on the main thoroughfare due to the TLP protest.

The schedule of trains has also been affected after the government decided to suspend the operation keeping in view the current situation.

Meanwhile, as part of government's strategy to stop the protesters from marching towards the capital, the authorities have dug up a trench on GT Road near Chenab Bridge while containers have also been placed. In addition, the road from Wazirabad to Sialkot has also been excavated.

Govt-TLP resume talks: reports

Negotiations between the government and TLP resumed again after earlier efforts failed to yield any result, it was reported.

Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid and Religious Affairs Minister Noorul Haq Qadri are representing the government.

The TLP is demanding release of its chief Saad Rizvi from imprisonment, withdrawal of cases against the party workers and presenting a resolution against France in parliament.

However, the government had stated that the cases of TLP workers will be decided by the court. It also asked the banned outfit to withdraw from the GT Road and other main highways before release of the TLP chief from jail.

'State will protect citizens'

Meanwhile, National Security Adviser Dr Moeed Yusuf said the TLP has crossed the "red line".

"As the basic principle of national security, the state will never shy away from protecting each and every citizen from any form of violence," he added.

He stated TLP has exhausted the state’s patience. "They have martyred policemen, destroyed public property, and continue to cause massive public disruption," he said.

The NSA said that the law will take its course for each one of them and terrorists will be treated like terrorists with no leniency. "There will be no armed militias of any sort in our country," he remarked.

Security tightened

On the other hand, the government has tightened security on the route of the protest and additional law enforcement personnel have been deployed to counter any untoward situation.
Punjab’s home department has deployed Rangers personnel in eight districts of the province. The Rangers force has been deployed for 60 days in Lahore, Rawalpindi, Jhelum, Sheikhupura, Gujranwala, Chakwal, Gujrat and Faisalabad districts.

Govt treats TLP as militant outfit

On Wednesday, Fawad Chaudhry said that the cabinet decided to treat TLP as a militant organisation, adding that no one could challenge the writ of the state.

He stated that the TLP will not be dealt as a political party but as a militant organisation.

Violent clashes continue

At least four police officials were martyred while several suffered injuries when TLP workers clashed with the police near Muridke and Sadhuke on Wednesday.

The fierce clashes broke out after the TLP tried to resume its march on Islamabad to pressurise the government to accept its demands.

Inspector General of Punjab Police Rao Sardar said the charged mob of the proscribed organisation martyred four police officials and injured 263 others.

He claimed that the TLP activists were armed with automatic weapons and shot straight on the police. The IGP added that the use of arms against the law-enforcement agencies by the banned outfit is a matter of serious concern.

The backdrop

Following the April clashes in which TLP activists blocked highways, railways, and access routes to cities and battled police, the authorities arrested their leader, Saad Hussain Rizvi, and banned the TLP.

Authorities had been trying to negotiate with the TLP, which rallied its supporters outside its Lahore headquarters for the last two days, but the negotiations broke down and the TLP called on supporters from around Pakistan to converge on the capital Islamabad.

The main arteries to and from Lahore and Islamabad were blocked with shipping containers to prevent demonstrators from entering the city. The diplomatic enclave in Islamabad, where most foreign embassies are located, was also blocked off.
 

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